|Fort William First Nation Dumpsites & Adjacent Industry - Anishinabek Gitchi Gami Environmental Programs|
Fort William First Nation Dumpsites & Adjacent Industry. A community-based Anishinabek sovereignty project led by citizens of Fort William First Nation. While focusing on environmental racism, this map is one manifestation of the community's resistance of over a century of Canadian/Ontarian citing of pollutive industrial activity next to and on an Indigenous community in Canada. The sites mapped here show only the visible dumpsites, industrial operations and industrial waste disposal sites on An...
Keywords: Anishinabe; Anishinabek; environmental racism; map; Indigenous; contamination; waste
|So Goes A Nation: Lawyers & Communities|
"Explores three innovative approaches to community lawyering in the New York City metropolitan area." -- description from box.
Keywords: vhs; community lawyering; public interest law; environmental racism
|The Bikecast Episode #18: The Imperial Model, Environmental Racism, and Statist Psychology - Jad Davis|
Years ago, it occurred to me that most of the United States were just colonial holdings of East and West Coast harbor cities and New York City financiers. The resources of the colonies are stripped out of land on which the poor 'indigenous' population lives, often by the indigenous population itself, and then processed and sold by corporate holdings centered in the urban core. The financing of said corporations, the richest capitalist racket of them all, takes place almost exclusively in New Yor...
Keywords: imperial model; environmental racism; psychology; BP oil spill; racism; nationalism; psychic salves
|Racial Emergency: The San Diego Fires from an Ethnic Studies Perspective, UCSD - UCSD Ethnic Studies (recorded by Michael Lujan Bevacqua, uploaded by Ross Frank)|
The November 7, 2007 colloquium for the Department of Ethnic Studies at the University of California, San Diego. The colloquium was titled "Racial Emergency: 2007 San Diego Fires, A Panel Discussion from an Ethnic Studies Perspective." Panelists were, Roberto Alvarez, Jose Fuste, David Pellow and Pat Washington. The panel was moderated by Denise Da Silva. Questions were taken from a number of community members, students and faculty including, Denise Childs, Traci Voyles and Rashne Limki.
Keywords: San Diego; Ethnic Studies; Racism; Fires; Colloquium; Environmental Racism; Natural Diasters; California; Model Community; Hurricane Katrina
|Green the Block - California Voices Summer of Service 2010|
A youth produced documentary about environmental racism, and what we can do to help restore the environment in low income communities. This story was produced by the Sacramento California Voices Summer of Service 2010. To learn more about this program please visit cmcweb.org
Keywords: environment; green; environmental racism; California Voices; Summer of Service; environmental justice; communities of color
|Ecology Emerges: Juliet Ellis - Shaping San Francisco|
One of the interviews done as part of the "Ecology Emeregs oral history project in 2009-2010 by Shaping San Francisco. Juliet Ellis is the executive director of Urban Habitat in Oakland and here tells how she got involved originally with Carl Anthony and eventually took on the leadership, orienting the organization towards its current activities.
Keywords: ecology; environmental justice; social justice; Urban Habitat; planning; regionalism; coalitions; environmental racism
|SourceCode Season 2 - Episode 6: New Orleans/Sacrificial Zone - Free Speech TV|
Accusations of racism and classism in the aftermath of Hurrican Katrina demand we open these issues to public debate. Join Amiri Baraka, Damu Smith, Dr. Beverly Wright, Malik Rahim, Food Not Bombs, and many survivors.
Keywords: free speech tv; independent media; participatory media; Katrina; racism; poverty; race; class; AMiri Baraka; Damu Smith; Beverly Wright; environmental racism; Cancer Alley; FEMA; Malik rahim; Common Ground; 9th Ward; hurricane; Food Not Bombs
|SourceCode Season 3 - Episode 9: New Orleans: Civil Rights from Ruin - Free Speech TV|
They’re not refugees, the more 300,000 people of New Orleans who were driven from their homes by Hurricane Katrina, and prevented from returning by their city, state and federal governments. They are citizens, and their civil and human rights have been trampled by an unjust system that is becoming LESS just with each passing day. The people of New Orleans are now threatened with losing their VOTES, and they are responding with community involvement that’s spilling out from courtrooms and int...
Keywords: free speech tv; independent media; participatory media; activism; TV; Katrina; racism; civil rights; human rights; environmental racism; rebuild; COmmon Ground; Jesse Jackson; New Orleans; election; Voters Rights Act; Jerome Smith; CC Campbell-Rock; St. Augustine Church; Treme Brass Band; Malik Rahim
|People United 2013 Apr 19 - Allan Campbell|
This episode of KOOP Radio's People United features a conversation with activists Susana Almanza and Daniel Llanes about the struggles of PODER (People Organized in Defense of the Earth and her Resources) on behalf of environmental justice in East Austin and, more specifically, about the meaning of the Holly Street Power Plant's closure. They spoke at the KOOP Studio on April 2, 2013.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Susana Almanza; Daniel Llanes; People Organized in Defense of the Earth and her Resources; PODER; Sylvia Herrera; Raul Alvarez; Gus Garcia; Austin City Council; Save Our Springs Alliance; SOS Alliance; The Sierra Club; Austin Parks Foundation; Austin Parks and Recreation; environment; polluters; carbon footprint; environmental racism; environmental justice; Title VI; Title Six; Title 6; Civil Rights Act; East Austin; Master Plan; racism; race; ethnicity; white; minority; minorities; people of color; communities of color; black; African American; Chicano; Mexican American; Latino; Hispanic; mestizo; American Indian; Native American; indigenous; displacement; land; capital; capitalism; class; low income; poor; rich; affluent; real estate; developer; gentrification; affordable housing; intersectionality; International Workers Day; May Day; Earth Day; Colorado River; Roy Guerrero Colorado River Park; Guerrero Park; Colorado Park; Lady Bird Lake; Town Lake; Holly Street Power Station; Holly Street Power Plant; Holly Power Plant; Holly Street Power Plant Closure Committee; closure; decommission; Tank Farm; Big Oil; oil companies; Browning Ferris Industries; BFI; recycling plant; Pure Casting; grassroots; activism; history; current events